Donald Tusk, leader of Poland's main opposition party Civic Platform, has said he talked to EU leaders and was sure that "no-one was planning to punish Poles" for the conflict between the country's conservative ruling party and Brussels.
The spokesman for the Polish government has said he had lost some optimism about Poland getting EU recovery funding soon as "some EU politicians have radicalised" their conflict with Warsaw over judicial reforms.
Poland will fight for EU funds even though it can manage without them, a government minister has claimed.
The Małopolskie province in southern Poland is set to resume talks with the European Commission on EU funding after it annulled its so-called anti-LGBT declaration, an official has said.
Poland's farms are set to receive a total of EUR 34.5 billion under the EU's common agricultural and cohesion policy, and the National Recovery Plan, the EU Agriculture Commissioner Janusz Wojciechowski has said.
A deputy Polish justice minister has accused the European Union of carrying out “acts of aggression” against Poland.
The recently-introduced 30 day state of emergency in areas near Poland's border with Belarus may be prolonged, Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, has said.
The European Court of Justice (CJEU) has decided to accelerate procedures in connection with a complaint by Poland and Hungary against the EU's mechanism of linking EU funds with the rule of law.
The head of Poland's main opposition party has attacked the government for issuing new coal mining licences and warned that this could deprive Silesia province of billions of EU funds.
With between 50 to 70 cars being used on the grounds of the city’s largest cemetery every day, the International ‘Last Mile’ project hopes to reduce disruption to other visitors.